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Types Of Diamonds

Monday, March 28th, 2011


Diamonds are the most expensive stone ever. And there are a lot of types of diamond that comes into many colors and shapes. Let us see here what are those types of diamonds.

Pink Diamonds – this is the most rare and valuable diamond in the whole world. And the one who only produced this kind of diamond is the argyle mine. It is the world’s foremost source of unrivalled intense pink diamonds that produces 95%.

White Diamonds – this is the most common diamond that produced by mines all over the world in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. The Argyle mine has produces a brilliant and high quality of white diamond.

Champagne Diamonds – this are the natural colored type of diamonds that produced in wide range of colors from light straw to rich cognac.

Pink Champagne Diamonds – this are an attractive champagne diamonds with some secondary pink color. These are also available and command a higher price of per carat in it compared to an ordinary champagne diamonds. this are also available in three ranges of shades, the light pink champagne to medium and to dark pink champagne.

Yellow Diamonds – this are comes in broad range of shades from light yellow up to canary color.

Blue Diamonds – this type of diamond are also available in a wide range of shades from blue sky to more steely color than a sapphire

Green Diamonds – this are also available type of diamonds. . its color penetration is not so deep and are often removed during the fashion of the stone.

Rosser Reeves Star Ruby

Sunday, March 27th, 2011


Rosser Reeves Star Ruby gets its name from its one time owner Rosser Reeves, the advertising magnate and pioneer of television advertising, whose techniques were very popular in the 50s and 60s, and gave a successful boost to the election campaign of Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1952, which led to his election as the 34th President of the United States of America. Reeves purchased the Star Ruby in the mid 1950s, and since then the stone was his constant companion, and carried it around wherever he went, in the belief that it brings good luck. Subsequently in the year 1965, Mr. & Mrs. Rosser Reeves donated the renowned gemstone to the National Museum of Natural History, of the Smithsonian Institution, where it has now become one of the most prized possessions of the Institution.

The Rosser Reeves Star Ruby is a 138.7-carat red star ruby of Sri Lankan origin, and like all other star rubies have been cut as a cabochon to bring out the well defined, six-legged, centrally placed star. The outstanding character of this unique gemstone is that it combines the rare features of excellent color, translucency and well defined star, making it perhaps the largest and finest star ruby in the world. In this respect the Rosser Reeves surpasses the next biggest and equally famous red star ruby the 100.32-carat DeLong Star Ruby, which is displayed at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. The longest length-wise, and breadth-wise diameters and the thickness of the stone are 31.5mm, 26.5mm and 19.08mm respectively.